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Which European country has completed the most STI consultations? Using our own data, which consisted of calculating the total number of consultations for STIs from 2007-2015, we found that the results for each European country were truly thought provoking.

Most Common STIs in European Consultations

1st Chlamydia - 36% of all consultations
2nd Gonorrhoea - 19% of all consultations
3rd Genital Warts - 18% of all consultations
4th Non-specific Urethritis - 8% of all consultations
5th Bacterial Vaginosis - 7% of all consultations
6th Herpes - 5% of all consultations
7th Ureaplasma - 2% of all consultations
8th Trichomonas - 2% of all consultations
9th Mycoplasma Geniatlium - 2% of all consultations
Collectively across Europe, the leading STI consultations were for chlamydia, with 36% consultations made for the bacterial infection. Consultations for gonorrhoea, another bacterial infection came second, totalling 19%. Genital warts consultations rounded out the top three with 18%. The STI with the least consultations across Europe was mycoplasma genitalium.

Risk Groups

= age groups

The top five most common STI consultations per age group.

18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
1st Chlamydia Chlamydia Chlamydia Chlamydia Gential Warts NSU
2nd Genital Warts Gonorrhoea Gonorrhoea Gonorrhoea Chlamydia Genital Warts
3rdBacterial VaginosisGential WartsGenital WartsBacterial VaginosisBacterial VaginosisHerpes Virus
4thGonorrhoeaBacterial VaginosisBacterial VaginosisGential WartsNSUChlamydia
5thTrichamonasNSUHerpes VirusHerpes VirusHerpes VirusBacterial Vaginosis

According to the data, in the 18-24 age group, chlamydia proved to be the leading STI consultation. Consultations for genital warts were second, bacterial vaginosis was third, while consultations for gonorrhoea and trichamoniasis rounded up the list in 4th and 5th place. In the 25-34 age group, chlamydia was also the leading STI consultation. Gonorrhoea consultations came second, genital warts third, with consultations for bacterial vaginosis and NSU following in 4th and 5th place. Both the 34-44s and 45-54s did the most consultations for chlamydia. For both age groups, online consultations for gonorrhoea came second. Both age group categories also had herpes virus as the fifth most common STI consultation. Consultations for genital warts in the 55 - 64 age group topped STI consultations. Chlamydia proved to be the second most common consultations in this age group, while, like the 35-44s and 45-54 year olds, herpes was the fifth most common STI consultation. NSU was the most common STI consultation for the 65 and overs. Genital warts was the second most common consultation for this age group, herpes virus was the third most common, while consultations for chlamydia and bacterial vaginosis rounded out fourth and fifth spot.

Analysing the stats, it is perhaps no surprise that chlamydia received the most consultations for sexually transmitted infections. Chlamydia is the single most commonly reported STI in Europe. According to ECDC Europe, the highest infection rates are in sexually active young people - between 5% and 10% of them carry or have been carrying chlamydia. This is evident through the findings.

It is also worth taking into account that the symptoms of chlamydia are in most cases not apparent, with a person infected with the STI often not aware that they have the infection, until they get a medical check-up. When symptoms are visible, it usually varies from pain when urinating, unusual discharge, pain in the abdominal area or swelling of the genitals. Chlamydia can be successfully treated with the right medication prescribed by the specialist.

Analysing the data even further, the block bar graph shows the ratio of specific STI consultations and overall consultations for gender and age per country. For the 18-24s, out of 2145 consultations, 976, which equates to 11%, were for chlamydia. 60% of these chlamydia consultations were from men, while 40% were from women. In the 25-34s, out of 8221 consultations, 3112 were for chlamydia consultations. A whopping 79% were male patients, while female patients made only 21% of consultations. In total, 36% of STI consultations were for chlamydia. For the 35-44s, out of 7496 STI consultations, 2734 were for chlamydia consultations. This made up 31% of chlamydia consultations. Out of these consultations, 83% were for men, while 17% were for women. In the 45-54 age group, out of 4438 STI consultations, 1418 were made for chlamydia. Male patients made 88%, while female patients made 12%. The 55-64s saw 354 people take a chlamydia consultation out of 1187 STI consultations.

Top STI Consultations Across Europe

Male vs Female Both















TOP 1Genital Warts
TOP 2Gonorrhoea
TOP 3Chlamydia














The interactive chart shows the top three STI countries for each European country. In Austria the top three STI consultations were for genital warts, gonorrhoea, and chlamydia. For Danish patients, the top 3 STI consultations were gonorrhoea, genital warts and chlamydia. In Sweden the top STI consultation for both male and female patients were for chlamydia. For both sexes, gonorrhoea and genital warts came second and third.

Gender Ratio For STI Consultations

Looking into the gender ratio for STI consultations it is interesting to see the difference between genders.
STI consultations for chlamydia saw 80% coming from male patients, compared to 20% from female patients. Gonorrhoea saw a considerable amount of consultations come from male patients – more specifically 90%, while 10% were made from female patients. 76% of genital warts consultations came from male patients compared to just 24% of consultations, which came from female patients. Unsurprisingly, 90% of bacterial vagniosis consultations came from female patients, however, 10% were from men. Herpes saw 57% of consultations made by men and 43% made by women.

STIs in Their Retrospective Age Groups

Female Male Both
Examining STI consultations by gender, in their respective age groups, figures show that for chlamydia consultations, the 18-24 age group males equated to 60%, while females in this age group made up 40%. In the 35-44 age group, male patients made up 83% of chlamydia consultations, while female patients in the same age group, made up just 17% consultations for the same STI. In the 55-64 age group, 92% of consultations for chlamydia were from male patients, while just 8% were from female patients. Consultations for gonorrhoea saw the trend for more consultations being from men than women. In the 18-24 age category 76% of consultations were made from male patients, while 33% were made from female patients. In the 35-44 age group, 92% of consultations for gonorrhoea were made from men, while 24% were from women. The 55-64 age group saw that 95% of consultations came from men, with just 5% made from women. Genital warts saw 67% of consultations come from the male 18-24 age category. While in the same age group, females made up just 33%. 77% of consultations for this STI were made 35-44 year old males. Female of the same age made up the remaining 23%. For the 55-64 year olds age, men made up 79% of consultations, while 21% were consultations from females.

Top STI Conditions

(Divided by Age and Gender)

Female Male Both

The Above Data in Numbers:

Total consultations by sex across all countries:

*Each number represents what percent of all male consultations holds the respective STI

**Each number represents what percent of all female consultations holds the respective STI

The data shown on the chart and the table shows the top STI percentage of consultations across Europe. Chlamydia was the top STI consultation for both women and men across Europe, with 39% and 28% retrospectively. STI consultations for gonorrhoea came in second, with 23% of those consultations coming from male patients and 7% coming from females. STI consultations for genital warts came 3rd.